Yet while the 30-year-old office worker who sat down in front of her was handsome, polite and smartly-dressed, the minute Natasha brought up the Labour leader’s policies, any spark of attraction was extinguished.‘When I mentioned Jeremy Corbyn he said: “Who’s that? After 90 minutes discussing what she describes as ‘benign’ subjects, such as reality TV and football, Natasha made her excuses and left, no closer to finding Mr Right.And I don’t think men are ready for this.’This is no surprise to Becca Porter, who graduated last year from Manchester University with a joint honours degree in history and sociology, and is now starting a masters in disability studies at Leeds University.‘The sense of achievement I derive from learning seems alien to most men,’ says Becca, 23.‘At school I wasn’t bothered about boys, but I’m at the stage where I’d like to share my life with someone.’With a working-class upbringing — Becca’s mother is an activities co-ordinator and her father an engineer — Becca was not only the first in her family to go to university, but an anomaly among her male peers in Burnley, Lancashire. The Text Widget allows you to add text or HTML to your sidebar. What would you wear every day that still looks natural and approachable. Obviously, she didn’t take offense to it because that was her . After seeing my makeup, she insisted on some advice. Bare in mind, lipstick shades are made for a reason, to intensify or tone down your look! Either one of these bad boys can work for any occasion! I have come to find a lot of matte lips begin to crack or dry out my lips after wearing for only a couple of hours. I have literally slept in these beauties, and it never smudged on my pillow, it never ended up on my face, and believe it or not, it still looked like I just put it on! Not only because we may have different skin complexions, but also, lipsticks go off of the hue of your natural lip color.
Instead, she is more preoccupied with composing a list of conversational topics which she hopes will bridge the gap between her highbrow preoccupations, and the more mainstream interests of her dates.
With long dark hair, big brown eyes and a stunning Size 8 figure, Natasha — entering her final year at Goldsmiths, University of London — has no problem attracting male attention.
The issue, she explains, is the calibre of men she attracts.
‘I’m not claiming to be Albert Einstein, but I can’t seem to meet a man I find intellectually stimulating,’ she says.
Nor is she the only well-educated young woman who says she is too clever to find love.